What a GORGEOUS wedding day Mark & Rachel had on June 11, 2022 at the Seaport Hotel Boston!
I started the day two hours early heading up to see Rachel before she got into her dress. Rachel is so sweet and welcomed me with a hug and just spent sometime catching up and chatting with me about the rest of the day to come. Even with some slight time changes to the schedule we planned Rachel was calm and graceful through it all. I love how all day she was trying not to cry but held it together until she started walking down the aisle. Even as they walked back down the aisle she had some happy tears in her eyes! I love seeing that kind of emotion and happiness on wedding days. I know the last thing we want to do is to mess up our look, but I love a good raw moment of love and happiness on a wedding day.
Rachel & Mark looked stunning all day long and spent most of their time enjoying the day with family and friends. I managed to catch them on the dance floor about five minutes before I left for the day because they had been so busy talking to friends and saying hi to family they had fly in from all over the country.
I am so happy I got to see these two get married. I truly mean it when I say they are the kindest and most loving couple and it was such a pleasure getting to capture their day. Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Connolly!
Photographer: Caitlin Kershaw Photography
Venue: Seaport Hotel Boston
Florist: Petals of Peabody Inc.
Hair: Beauty Collective Network
Makeup: Art is Beauty
DJ: Danny T Boston
Bridal Salon: Cristinas Bridal
Meet the ginger behind the lens
Hi, I'm Caitlin!
My love for photography comes from the countless photo albums my parents filled of my childhood. I always loved looking back on those photos and loved playing with the disposable cameras as I grew up. I practice photography all through middle school and high school, dabbled in food photography in college, before finding my love for couples photography towards the end of my degree. It was a scary leap to pursue a different career than the one I studied for but I knew this was what I needed to at least try...